Fossil unveils Q Wander and Q Marshal wearables
With tablets and laptops slowly fading away, the future looks promising for convertibles and connected wearables such as fitness trackers or smartwatches. Fossil has big plans for this year, as they promised to launch no less than 100 wearables. Today, they unveiled the Q Wander and Q Marshal Android Wear-powered smartwatches, as well as five more wearables.
Q Wander and Q Marshal have circular cases with multiple body style and strap options to choose from. Both support wireless charging and will start at $275 USD, a price that places them in direct competition with the Huawei Watch and the Moto 360. The other wearables include the Q Motion line with basic notification features that should retail for less than $100 USD, as well as the Smart Analog Movement lineup, an expansion of the Q Grant family that focuses on activity tracking and automatic time zone update capabilities.
Unfortunately, all the new Fossil wearables will launch later this year. We will get back to them as soon as Fossil reveals all the pricing and hardware details, so stay tuned.
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